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6 - The Journal, Thursday, January 16. 1975 Legal Notice (Published in The Journal two (2) times, Thursday, January 16 and 23, 1975.) acln ur BOATRIGHT FUNERAL Hi 515 S. DUNCAN STILLWATER 372/'i8111 athhated with NATIONAL FUNERAL DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION THE FUNERAl. IS TESTIMONY THAT A LIFE HAS BEEN LIVED PROCLAMATION AND NOTICE OF ELECTION Under and by virtue of Section 26, Article 10 of the Constitution and Title 70, Article XV, Oklahoma Statutes, and Resolution of the Board of Education of Independent School District No. 101 of Payne County, Oklahoma, adopted the 2nd day of December, 1974, an election to be held in said School District is hereby called to be held on the 28th day of January, 1975, for the purpose of submitting to the qualified electors thereof the following proposition: PROPOSITION SHALL INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 101 OF PAYNE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, INCUR AN INDEBTEDNESS BY ISSUING ITS NEGOTIABLE COUPON BONDS IN THE SUM OF FIFTY THOUSAND AND NO/100 DOLLARS ($50,000.00) TO PROVIDE FUNDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF PURCHASING TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT AND LEVY AND COLLECT AN ANNUAL TAX, IN ADDITION TO ALL OTHER TAXES, TO PAY THE INTEREST ON SUCH BONDS AS IT FALLS DUE, AND ALSO TO CONSTITUTE A SINKING FUND FOR THE PAYMENT OF THE PRINCIPLE THEREOF WHEN DUE, SAID BONDS TO BEAR INTEREST NOT TO EXCEED THE RATE OF SEVEN PER CENTUM PER ANNUM, PAYABLE SEMI-ANNUALLY AND TO BECOME DUE SERIALLY WITHIN FIVE YEARS FROM THEIR DATE. The ballots used at said election shall set out the proposition as above set forth and shall also contain the words: 1st [] For the above Proposition 2nd [] Against the above Proposition (If the voter desires to vote for the above Proposition, he shall stamp an "X" in the first square above; if he desires to vote against the above Proposition, he shall stamp an "X" in the second square above.) The polls shall be opened at 7:00 o'clock A.M. and remain open continuously until and be closed at 7:00 o'clock P.M. The number and location of the polling places and the persons who shall conduct said election shall be as follows: At the grade school building in said School District; O. C. Sawyer, Inspector; M. B. McCormack, Judge; and Joan Clark, Clerk. Such officers shall act as counters: "Qualified electors for this election are: any persons who possess the qualifications of elec- tors as defined by the Constitution and laws of the State. All persons shall be required to be registered with the County Election Board of the County in which each person resides." WITNESS our hands as President and Clerk of the Board of Education and the seal of said School District this 2rid day of December, 1974. (SEAL) ATTEST: s/David Hesser, President Board of Education Leland K. Ross, Clerk Board of Education CONFIDENTIAL REPORT -- KATHY CROSBY says hubby BING is delighted with her new television talk show in San Francisco because it enables her to work days. "When I was doing theater roles I used to come home and wakehimin the middle of the night and tell him about it," she explains. "Now I tell him about everything before he goes to sleep and he seems to like that a lot better because he sleeps with a smile on his face."... VALERIE HARPER has her own show, but it very nearly didn't happen. In fact it took quite a bit of convincing to get her tb leave the pleasant security of "The Maw Tyler Moore Show" where she had won three successive Emmys. But happen it did, and now she's in a new show creatively titled "Rhoda." In the new show Rhoda moves to New York, and finally (oh joy!) gets married. The decision to marw Rhoda was the brain-child of GRANT TINKER (husband of Maw Tyler Moore) and president of MTM Enterprises, who, after much soul searching and burning of the midnight oil, came up with the idea. He stated, "From now on the show will be "the stow of a marriage." Valerie started four years ago at the rate of $700 a week, but now she will be making $25,000 a week plus a percentage of the profits. Not bad for a little girl from Suffvrn, N.Y. TV HOTLINE -- Seems like all is not well in the JAMES MacARTHUR menage. When Jim finished filming this year's episodes in "Hawaii Five-O," he returned alone to the mainland. Wife MELODY remained in Hawaii. Gossips say they've had separate sleeping arrangements for some time now anyhow... It was a tough time recently for PAUL SANDS: His CBS TV series "Friends and Lovers" was cancelled, and he reported to Hollywood police that his apartment had been burgled. Missing items included his color TV set, hi-fi equipment, records and some clothing... SONNY and CHER BONe are still together in one thing: They are being sued jointly by a Wisconsin man who went to Las Vegas last year and claims thoix show was so loud it damaged his eardrums. He wants $10,000. HOLLYWOOD TV TICKER - RICHARD BURTON and ELIZABETH TAYLOR are being sued for $3,000 by the owner of the house they rented a year ago in Chloe, Calif., when Burton was making "The Klansman" there. The owner claims carpets, bedspreads and mattresses were ruined. No wonder considering the fights they had ... WILLIAM CONRAD, TV's Cannon, was placed in the hospital for a complete rest, the third time in less than two years. His excessive weight and a busy work schedule have caused his doctor concern about the strain on his heart...JACKIE GLEASON as the hero of a romantic story of true love working oft after all kinds of obstacles? Yes, but not on TV; it's the real-life thing. By the time you read this, he'll be married to former dancer MARILYN TAYLOR, whom he loved 25 years ago when he was a Broadway bigboy just starting his television career and she was in a dancing group. Marilyn is the sister of dance stylist JUNE TAYLOR. Gleason was just divorced, Marilyn was a lovely widow, and they've been spending theix time together in ~he Miami MOR~ISON ./ / ,OLE.COE I // I I r[ " { / I\\~'$1"1 LLWATER YALE I I i I co